Monthly Archives: October 2007

Affordable Health Insurance for young people – Find Health Insurance at a Price You Can Afford

It might seem a complicated process to find the right medical insurance for yourself and your family but it does not need to be so difficult. There are low cost medical insurance policies around. For some people Medicaid is an … Continue reading

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Long Term Care Insurance

Long Term Care Insurance Many people believe that long term care is only for elderly individuals. This is not the case. In fact, this type of insurance is often administered to individuals with disabilities and chronic illnesses. Many long term … Continue reading

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Affordable Health Insurance Options

According to the Council for Affordable Health Insurance, people who are uninsured pay up to four times more for medical services than those who are insured because insurance companies and medical care providers negotiate behind the scenes. The unequal result … Continue reading

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Budget Cuts Hurting State Child Health Program

Forty thousand Kansas children depend on a state program for health insurance, but the state program is failing to do its job because of budget cuts.Now some parents are worried how their children are going to get the care they … Continue reading

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Kentucky Health Insurance and Risk Pools for the Uninsured

The aim of the risk pools in Kentucky is to aid and assist those who have been turned down by Kentucky health insurance agencies. There are in fact various kinds of programs to help mitigate the risk pools. In a … Continue reading

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State Raising Costs Of Adultbasic

Premiums will double for people on the waiting list to buy the adultBasic state health insurance. Pennsylvania’s poorest residents who buy state health coverage while waiting to enter a subsidized insurance program will see their premiums double next month – … Continue reading

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Medicaid, poverty and food stamps rates on the rise in Bucks County

Some analysts say the worst of the recession is over, news that would be welcomed in the wake of a recent U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey, which shows Bucks County households receiving food stamps has increased 42.6 percent over … Continue reading

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